It’s Official: America’s Pastor Rick Warren of the Purpose Driven Life May Not Even be a Christian

April 19th, 2007 | 4 Comments | Church Issues, Discernment, Emergent Church, Purpose Driven It’s Official: America’s Pastor Rick Warren of the Purpose Driven Life May Not Even be a Christian |  Facebook

This short piece at Apprising Ministries was inspired by an excellent post at the fine website A Little Leaven: A Museum of Idolatry called Rick Warren’s Top 5 List on the Things Jesus Did on While He Was on The Earth and the question is asked: “How on earth could Rick Warren, a CHRISTIAN PASTOR miss Jesus’ death and resurrection?”

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4 Responses to “It’s Official: America’s Pastor Rick Warren of the Purpose Driven Life May Not Even be a Christian”

  1. Pete Hodsdon says:

    Rick Warren: “I’m looking for a second reformation. The first reformation of the church 500 years ago was about beliefs. This one is going to be about behavior. The first one was about creeds. This one is going to be about deeds. It is not going to be about what does the church believe, but about what is the church doing.”

    News flash Mr Warren:
    Martin Luther’s reformation was about pushing AWAY from the unbiblical concept of salvation by works! Now you want to push the church away from saving grace of the Cross, back to deeds again? Yuk!

  2. Ben Davis says:

    Oh, good point Pete.

  3. Austin Sanders says:

    Maybe he’s got a point! He should become a Catholic, like the rest of the world that thinks BEING christian is important. Maybe believing that we are saved by our belief is wrong, we are saved by God. He deems us worthy to be blessed with his eternal pressence. What makes you any better suited to live in eternal happiness with Him than a non-believer. Nothing. I would rather share heaven with christlike pagans than share it with supposed “christians” by pronouncement only.

  4. Edward says:

    I agree with Austin, makes a lot of sense if you are intelligent.


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